Is it even possible? Is it possible to live a simple life, given the velocity that life careens through the cosmos these days? A life that gives you room to breathe and ultimately to live life on your own terms. Not necessarily life as the result of ditching everything and living off-grid in a self-hewed … Continue reading Striving Towards A Simple Life – Just a Bit Further
Good morning Unsanity readers! It's another #FreebieFriday for you finally. I've been out of the loop writing here myself (currently featuring a whole BUNCH of guest bloggers instead!) and wanted to share something for your Freebie today. Click the link below to download your 4 different color scheme daily planner pages! You can also find … Continue reading #FreebieFriday – Planner Pages
Hello Friends! I am so happy to be back doing a guest post series for Koral! Thank you so much for this chance. I’m Stephanie from A Red Hair Girl. In January I wrote a post for Koral that gave you some background about my mental health issues. Then I went on to explain three … Continue reading Mental Health Mini Series: 4 Reasons Why You Should Start to Exercise – Stephanie Robbins
I’m Sarah D’Anne, a writer of books and blog posts. When I’m not working in the deli at my local convenient store, I’m at home with my six cats and my mother. Besides writing, I like to doodle, do photography, and daydream. Blog: http://www.unexploredboundaries.wordpress.com Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/sarahdanne IG: http://www.instagram.com/highlyfaveured Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/aceyroch “You can’t stress.” These were … Continue reading You Can’t Stress – Sarah D’Anne
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Hello The Unsanity Friends! Here is another post for the holidays from my guest Nick! He writes about the fear and stress about dealing with tasks at hand during the holiday season. Procrastination is a major key that people somehow get lost in during the holidays and even the every day life. Follow along as … Continue reading Procrastination and the Holidays – Nichola Dewapriya